You are an expert in pterodactyl fossils, and have written articles for scholarly journals. But now, with the advent of movies like “Jurassic Park,” you have decided to write articles for popular magazines as well. This calls for a sharp pivot in your approach. Your use of language must change. Read on for this and other tips.
Avoid publishing one article under multiple URLs on your site. This can diminish your site’s value quickly because Google often looks at the quality and number of links when deciding where a page will be ranked. Referencing a piece with several tags is fine as long as they all end up pointing to the same URL.
If you have a lot of articles on a single topic, try combining them into an ebook. You can most likely splice them together without much effort and creating an ebook isn’t a hard task at all. Best of all, you can then sell that ebook and have profits coming from that, as well as, the individual articles.
Find a blogger from the destination that you are researching. You will be sure to get honest information from a blogger that lives in that particular town. Make contact with that person, to get personal recommendations about the wonderful places you should see or which restaurants you should eat at.
Follow a simple and consistent format. For every article you write, separate your paragraphs, use bullet points, and make sure your editing is correct. Readers lose patience with writers when they lump everything into a difficult to follow mass. Pull important points out so people can see them to entice your audience to keep reading.
Let people sign up to read your articles. Having a subscription service is a great way to keep your readers informed when you put out a new article. Allow them to sign up to get an email alert each time you publish new material and you know they will return with each email.
Success in article marketing is relative to the product you’re attempting to push. Your ultimate goal should be the continued success of any particular campaign you’re working on, not anything quantified using dollar signs. Remember that the money will come as your presence starts to expand, so work first to target your audience.
Bullet points are a great way to emphasize the quality of any product you’re pushing via an article, but you shouldn’t rely too heavily on these. Your articles are still going to need relevant content, and relying too much on bullets makes it seem like you just copied the benefits provided by the manufacturer.
If you are writing to get your articles into syndication, then you don’t need to pay as much attention to keeping your keywords front and center in an article. Create your content for the reader. In syndication, your rankings will come from the link backs, so you can mostly disregard including your keywords over and over.
Now you are ready to write those articles for the general reader, who will be younger and less informed than your scholarly readers. You have taken note of the kind of language used in the magazine to which you are going to submit your article–language that will interest the reader but not overwhelm them with specialized terminology.